Translating the new Framework for Information Literacy in Higher Education (ACRL November 2014) into learning outcomes, instructional content, and assessments might appear to be an overwhelming task; however, in many cases the revision exemplifies how many librarians have been teaching information literacy in the digital information landscape. This article describes the collaboration between a librarian and an instructor to integrate information literacy into a developmental reading class before the revision of information literacy standards were available and provides an example of adapting the new Framework to library sessions that already reflect a transformation in information literacy instruction for developmental education.
Garcia, Larissa K., "Applying the Framework for Information Literacy to the Developmental Education Classroom" (2014). Faculty Peer-Reviewed Publications. 508.
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